Laying Out Sheets

Throughout this chapter, you have created and imported several different kinds of views from area plans to schedules to legends to details. Eventually, you will need to lay those out onto sheets so they can be printed or exported as PDF or DWF and sent to others for review.

Creating sheets in Revit is easy. As you've already seen, you can create sheets through a Sheet List schedule. You can also create sheets by right-clicking the Sheet node in the Project Browser and selecting New Sheet from the context menu. Regardless of which method you use to create them, in the following sections we'll walk through laying out these views on sheets and show you how to manipulate each view further once it's placed on a sheet.

Adding the ...

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